Jan 7, 2013 11:00pm EST
the time. go ahead. >> caller: peyton manning and the team have put together a recipe for success in this regular season. and everybody's so excited. >> as you should be. >> caller: about the playoffs. absolutely. but you know, another game changer today, i've got a question about nvidia, nvda. they just announced a portable gaming system which is really a go anywhere, play any time web-based system. this company has, you know, really got into the marketplace. they've found the need. now they're creating the need. is this going to be a game changer for you? >> i got it, i read it and thought for sure the stock would go higher. i thought for sure there would be this -- more people saying nvidia's got the greatest graphics, now they've got the best machine, people should buy. it you know what, mike, people don't trust nvidia. the ceo told a big story, it did not move. and i got to tell you, as long as there's skepticism that the quarter won't be that good, the stock is going to be stuck in the mud, and i don't like the mud. it feels like the ground of fedex field. rakesh in indiana?
Jan 8, 2013 7:00am PST
. and of course, andrew luck and robert griffin iii. then you have the revival of peyton manning's career in denver. we have denver and baltimore on cbs this saturday afternoon. ray lewis against peyton manning. i was there for ray lewis' farewell at home on sunday. it was a remarkable afternoon. and outpouring of love from the fans to ray. last dance at home -- >> i know. he puts on a show. >> he does. >> even put him into the victory formation at the end of the game. last snap at offense. >> i know that you are friendly with president george h.w. bush have you spoken with him since he's been out of intensive care? >> i hope to speak with him actually. he's getting better every single day. he's a huge football fan. the texans' number-one fan. two days ago, president and mrs. bush celebrate their anniversary. 68 years. the longest span that any president and first lady in the hist history of our country have ever been married. 68 years. >> george and barbara -- >> unbelievable people. >> we wish a full and speedy recovery. >> thank you, jim. >> see you in new orleans. >> an